This state park is located just off Highway 90 between Comstock and the Pecos River. It is a Historic site with Pictographs from 7000 years ago. Unfortunately, these may only be viewed by taking a guided tours, so we didn’t see them.
We walked the Windmill Trail which is not even a half of a mile. But it was all I could do and I collected my event stamp for the county.
Went into the ranger station to register for the event.
Walked past some nice displays to reach the Windmill Trailhead.
View of the canyon.
“Maker of Peace” Sculpture.
Passing the statue.
Looking back you seen the ranger station next to the statue.
Another view of the canyon.
Ranger Station is now at the top of the hill we just walked down.
View looking South.
Just views from the trail.
The trail was level along here.
Really enjoyed the purple sage.
Trail now going back up.
More Purple Sage.
Windmill the trail is named after.
Back at the ranger station for a close view of the display.
This is a rail road bridge, but there is also a high bridge on Hwy 90 which we drove over.
Information of the Seminole Indian Scouts.